baptism at what age?
My brother (a Southern Baptist minister) baptized his daughter on Sunday!
It’s funny that I had not thought of my niece as "not baptized". We don't see them often since they live about 10 hours away by car. But the last few times I’ve seen her, she has seemed like a Christian.
As an aside, it’s interesting that, in my Christian Church circles, we tend to promote baptism at age 8 (assuming they profess the appropriate beliefs). I’ve always been a bit uncomfortable with that. I heard Dr. Mohler (President of Southern Baptist Theological Seminary) talk one time on his radio program-- and he discouraged baptism until age 10, or more likely 11-12.
Perhaps the earlier age in my circles is a function of the historic importance (and even over-emphasis) of baptism for the Christian Church and Churches of Christ?